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Clement refuses to bow to homosexual attacks

After the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) pledged to target the Atlanta-based law firm King & Spalding for representing the Congress in the defense of DOMA, the firm buckled and dropped the case barely a week after House Speaker Boehner hired

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Frank McNamara: On teen sex, ‘practical’ goes awry

Staying on the theme of teen sexuality and education, Frank McNamara, Jr. (former U.S. attorney for Massachusetts) has a fantastic column in today’s Boston Globe on condoms and sexual abstinence. In talking about moves to make condoms even more readily

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State website: Abortion ‘easier than it sounds’

According to the Boston Herald, a state-funded sex education website tells teenagers that an abortion is “much easier than it sounds.” The website, mariatalks.com, is glossing over the ugly truths of abortion and even counseling them on how to keep

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DOMA gets its defender

Former Solicitor General Paul Clement has been tapped by House Republicans to defend the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) following the Obama Justice Department’s decision to abort its constitutionally required duty to defend DOMA against legal challenges. Speaker Boehner sent

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Congress hears case for marriage

On Friday, the US House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution held a hearing on DOMA and the administration’s decision to not defend the law. Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ), who chairs the subcommittee, called three witnesses to discuss the largely unprecedented

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